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2 minutes ago, OJTheAviator said:

That and a few other I happened across:

 

That's sweet!

WN 732 in Canyon Blue, which is quite odd:

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Just now, Kaloob said:

That's sweet!

WN 732 in Canyon Blue, which is quite odd:

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Now that's a sight to behold! I'm surprised they repainted it, though it looks pretty sharp with the silver engines.


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1 minute ago, OJTheAviator said:

At least the 717s will be kicking around for a little bit. I suppose the 717 is to the DC-9 what the 737 MAX or NG is to the 737 Original Series: a rather modified and stretched airplane of the same fundamental design.

True, but the 717s don't have JT8Ds.


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Just now, OJTheAviator said:

Now that's a sight to behold! I'm surprised they repainted it, though it looks pretty sharp with the silver engines.

It looks quite nice. I'd imagine it was only around for about 2 years (at most) after it was repainted.

Would've been more sensible for AA to repaint their MD-80s.


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Just found this...

Southwest Airlines | Boeing 737-200 | N20SW | Dallas Love Field

what the hell happened here?!


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9 hours ago, OJTheAviator said:

At least the 717s will be kicking around for a little bit. I suppose the 717 is to the DC-9 what the 737 MAX or NG is to the 737 Original Series: a rather modified and stretched airplane of the same fundamental design.

Actually, the 717 was designed my McDonnell Douglas, and it was the next plane in the series. Then delta bought them out and renamed it lol.


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On 12/1/2019 at 6:03 PM, OJTheAviator said:

Now that's a sight to behold! I'm surprised they repainted it, though it looks pretty sharp with the silver engines.

It's a cool paintjob, but that flavor of 737 hasn't flown for SWA for 10+ years.  the -200 series, while totally dino-jet and badass, they are not efficient anymore.  FWIW, the only thing digital on them there planes is usually the copilot's watch. 

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On 12/1/2019 at 6:13 PM, Kaloob said:

Just found this...

Southwest Airlines | Boeing 737-200 | N20SW | Dallas Love Field

what the hell happened here?!

Colloquially known as the Herb Terd.  An insult of respect to the founder of SWA. 

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On 12/2/2019 at 3:13 AM, pierom_qwerty said:

Actually, the 717 was designed my McDonnell Douglas, and it was the next plane in the series. Then delta bought them out and renamed it lol.

Yup.  The 717 is a DC-9 type, then Boeing bought MD.  There are a few DC-9's flying in Alaska I hear - cargo.

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7 minutes ago, amdorintel said:

i heard southwest is a horrible airline to fly with, is that true?

They're better than the legacy carriers and (generally) cheaper too.

You can also cancel up to 10 minutes before the flight and receive credit, which helps since sometimes we go back on AA standby and get a ticket on Southwest just in case. 

Also two free bags per person, though on AA we get 3(?) free bags per person anyways because of AA Advantage.


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27 minutes ago, amdorintel said:

i heard southwest is a horrible airline to fly with, is that true?

they one of the best.

I'd never fly on Spirit or some of the other super cheap budget airlines.


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7 minutes ago, KhandakeF said:

I like F22s

 

I know, I'm basic but whatever

Sure, the type is popular among airplane people, but that doesn't make it any less awesome.

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Just a few more:

 

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Just now, OJTheAviator said:

Sure, the type is popular among airplane people, but that doesn't make it any less awesome.

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It looks better than the F35, imo 

 

Also that thrust vectoring as well


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I mean, at least Boeing didn't win the JSF project...

 


 

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_X-32

I mean, at least Boeing didn't win the JSF project...

 

Yeah, that think was a very strange creature. Looks a bit like a fish of some sort, maybe a bit bird like?

Kind of wish the YF-23 was chosen instead of the 22. Definitely like the appearance of that one:

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3 minutes ago, seon123 said:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_X-32

I mean, at least Boeing didn't win the JSF project...

 

I remember watching the documentary on the development of the F35

 

I saw the X-32 and I was like 0.0


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3 hours ago, amdorintel said:

i heard southwest is a horrible airline to fly with, is that true?

I used to fly a lot as a kid. We always flew first class with whatever airline we could. We frequented AA mostly. My first time on Southwest I detested because there's no first class. That said, it was one of the best flights I'd ever been on. Since then, I personally started flying with them more and more, even turning down first class on my favourite aircraft, the 757.

 

Southwest doesn't treat you like a number, they treat you like the human being you are. They're very nice, but not overly bearing. Kinda like the Chick-fil-A of airlines. They love their jobs and have as much fun as they can with it. I never check luggage anymore (personal preference). But when I did, they were the only airline to never mistreat it. They never broke anything, and I even transported a hole ass train set (in N scale) via checked luggage with them.

 

Yes, their boarding process is asinine. But if you can get past that, you'll enjoy your flight. It's rare for a flight to be "bland" as usually there's at least one flight attendant who puts on a little show and has fun with their job. Sometimes the captain will even point out historical sites and places of interest if passing by. We once learned about Malta and the fires, and how the Maltese Cross became the symbol for being a firefighter in today's times.

 

Put all that on top of the fact that they only use 737's. Their entire fleet is the same series of aircraft. This means they have a much better time with maintaining them, and you as a passenger have a smoother overall flight (give or take some variables). Southwest seems to take very good care of their birds. I've only ever had one aircraft that had an issue while flying with them. It took longer for the engineers to get to us than it did to fix it.

 

IIRC Their accident rate is one of the lowest in history. They only have ever had three deaths in their time as an airline. There was an incident where a plane overran the runway and killed a person in a car. The second one was a would be terrorist, thanks to brave passengers beating him to death as he tried to break into the flight deck. Third one was very recently, and non-arguably the worst. A woman was sucked out of a window mid-flight. She died of a blunt impact to the head. It was caused by an engine explosion throwing shrapnel into the window which caused it to break. It was a fan blade that had suffered metal fatigue. I don't know anything else about it.

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